When you’re installing your new LED bulb, there are several components in the socket that are important to note. You have the actual bulb, the bulb adapter, and the stock socket harness. During the installation process, if the LED bulb does not seem to "fit", make sure that you have removed the appropriate piece in order to make the connection.
Below, you can see the three components (from top to bottom): -Bulb -Bulb adapter -Stock socket harness
Check out this Lexus GS350 with our Lexus LED Fog Lights. This is a direct replacement to the OEM fog lights with easy replacement. You can see that as a daytime running light, these fog lights will make you easily seen and gives the front of the Lexus GS a much more aggressive look. This product can also fit some other models of not only Lexus, but also Toyota and Scion.
Have you ever had that conundrum where you want to try out all of these bulbs with all the lighting functions but don’t have enough space to swap them out? Every car only has a set of turn signals and daytime running light slots for installation, but what if you wanted more than one function? This is where the Switchback LED Turn Signal Lights come in, with a nice dual function for maximum usage.
One of the easiest ways to upgrade a trusty sedan is to get some new LED daytime running lights. However, there are so many choices to choose from so which type of LED daytime running light upgrade is the best choice? If your car has an option to add a pair of switchback LED daytime running lights/turn signal lights like this Toyota Prius, then that would be the best case scenario. Toyota Prius Switchback LED DRL/Turn Signal lights do a great job of transforming the LED DRL function to give it an additional turn signal light function that switches flawlessly from daytime running light mode to turn signal light mode at the flick of a switch.
Toyota announced this morning of the death of the Scion brand after the continual Scion sales slump over the recent years. Scion was introduced over a decade ago to cater to the young, hip, cost-conscious buyers who wanted a fun car without a hefty price tag. Sadly, Scion hasn’t maintained a steady sales has experienced a massive decline.
Scion fans do have something to look forward to, as a few of the models will be absorbed into the Toyota lineup. You will definitely see the FR-S on the other side, as well as the iM and iA. The once loved tC will not be carried over and will officially be laid to rest.